When you go to prison, you can insult the guards.
But you cannot replace them, fire them, or in any other way, hurt them (riots take large groups, and you WILL pay a high price for that.)
Because in prison the guards have the power.
In a prison you cannot oppress the guards. Try it. You will get tased, thrown into solitary confinement, and worse. The guards might get their feelings hurt, hell you might even kill one of them, but as a whole, the guards have ALL THE POWER in that system It’s the same way with racism.
This country was designed by white people for white people. White people have the power (See Congress, Wall Street CEO’s, and the Court System.) Whites can literally shoot at cops and more often than not, they are taken into custody alive & well.White women can call the cops on non white people for simple WAITING IN A FUCKING STARBUCKS FOR FRIENDS TO ARRIVE, or having Native Faces, or Barbecuing, and the cops will help them.
While Natives, Black People, and other PoC are shot dead for literally nothing by the cops. This is how the system was designed. It was designed by whites for whites. Natives, Black folks and people of color are prisoners of white supremacy in this system. Yes, we can spew epithets at white folk all day long, but who do the cops back when they show up, guns drawn? Racism is about power. You cannot oppress the powerful if you are powerless. Sure its unfair when a Native woman calls white people a plague of Settlers, but so is being shot because you’re a Black man wearing a hoodie. Your feelings are not worth people’s lives.
Until the Power is removed from White Supremacy, until white supremacy is dismantled, white people will benefit, even when PoC are calling them names, and what not. Because in the Settler State that is America, they are the guards, and the rest of us are the prisoners.